events in evdev.c
Alan.Coopersmith at Sun.COM
Thu Sep 18 09:24:09 PDT 2008
Chuck Robey wrote:
> Sorry, I can't parse what you wrote. You don't know where I heard that Xorg is
> Linux-only? Is that what you said? My understanding *had been* that Xorg was
> trying to be compatible with as many Unixes as possible, and specifically avoid
> being Linux only, which is why seeing the depth of Linuxcode that is in your
> flagship input driver, evdev, surprised me so. I uderstood, from Peter's mail,
> that I'm wrong there, and the use of Linux-only ocde in that flagship driver was
> deliberate. Simply really surprised me, that's all.
Xorg is not Linux-only, but evdev is. On Solaris & BSD, Xorg uses the
xf86-input-keyboard & xf86-input-mouse drivers instead.
-Alan Coopersmith- alan.coopersmith at sun.com
Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window System Engineering
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